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Peter Warshall lecture, Two billion years of animal sounds, June, 1999.

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Peter Warshall lecture, Two billion years of animal sounds, June, 1999.


Published June 16, 1999


A Peter Warshall lecture discussing animals sounds and the nature of music and speech. Warshall plays various animal sounds, talks about how sounds are created and the abilities of the human ear to hear sounds. He discusses a variety of related topics, including the evolution of vowels and consonants, sacred sounds and semantics.


Run time 1:33:00
Label / Recorded by Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics

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